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The total saving in purchasing 30 13-cent lollipops for a class party at a reduced rate of \$1.38 per dozen is:

(A) \$0.35
(B) \$0.38
(C) \$0.40
(D) \$0.45
(E) \$0.50
(F) \$0.55

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(30 * 0.13) - (1.38 * 2.5) = ?

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d. \$0.45

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Right.

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why 1.38*2.5

what is 2.5 comefrom

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30 = 2.5 dozen

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I understand now, thank you

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:-) You're welcome.

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